There's nothing new to show while I zoom through the right half of the jacket. I'm already at the garter stitch ridges and, barring some sort of catastrophe, knitting or otherwise, I should have the two halves joined by the end of Day 6.
While this is happening, let me show you my haul from a shopping trip down the street. Susan, of Gwin Gryffon Winery (yes, she sells wine and wool!), seems to be on the same wavelength as I am when it comes to buttons. She had a new batch delivered last week and I stocked up.
It's the Civic Holiday long weekend here in Ontario. Early in the day I walked down my street to catch some of the K-Town Triathlon, but discovered after I was there that my camera battery had died, so no pics. We're having perfect summer weather--daytime temps in the low 20sC, low humidity, nightime lows in the 11-14C range. I can hear cicadas gently buzzing while I write this.
P.S. Just learned that Elann.com is featuring Harriet's Jacket this week (this is the wool I used for Isabel's version) and is selling its Peruvian Highland Chunky for US$2.98/Cdn$3.10 per ball. Check out the colours here.